California Vehicle Code Division 14.3 - Transportation of Inhalation Hazards

  • Section 32100.
    It is the intent of the Legislature, in enacting this division, to create a special category of inhalation hazards and poison gases and to establish...
  • Section 32100.5.
    This division applies to the transportation of inhalation hazards in bulk packaging, except when that packaging contains only residue.(Added by Stats. 1988, Ch. 1384, Sec.
  • Section 32101.
    As used in this division:(a) Inhalation hazard means any material defined as Poison A pursuant to Section 173.326 of Title 49 of the Code of...
  • Section 32102.
    (a) The department may adopt any regulations that are necessary to administer this division. It is a misdemeanor for any person to violate this division...
  • Section 32103.
    (a) Every motor carrier shall make available in each vehicle used in the transportation of inhalation hazards the latest map showing the routes to be...
  • Section 32104.
    (a) It is unlawful for the motor carrier or its authorized agent to drive or to permit the driving of any vehicle transporting inhalation hazards,...
  • Section 32105.
    (a) Unless there is no practicable alternative, every driver of a vehicle transporting inhalation hazards shall avoid, by prearrangement of routes, driving into or through...
  • Section 32106.
    Every vehicle used in the transportation of an inhalation hazard, in addition to any other equipment required by law, shall be equipped and maintained as...
  • Section 32107.
    Every vehicle, or combination of vehicles, transporting an inhalation hazard shall contain a self-contained breathing apparatus and equipment capable of immediate communication with emergency personnel.(Added...
  • Section 32109.
    Nothing in this division exempts any vehicle transporting inhalation hazards and subject to this division, or the owner or any other person, from other provisions...

Last modified: September 9, 2016